Prema

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Prema (born Neravanda Chetticha Prema on 6 January 1977) is an Indian, film actress. She has worked as a lead actress in numerous Kannada and Telugu films besides working in a few Tamil and Malayalam films. She has appeared in many commercially successful and critically acclaimed feature films. She received the Karnataka State Film Award and Filmfare Best Actress awards for her performances in Kannada films. She has featured in Om and Yajamana, which are the two major blockbuster and highest-grossing films of their time in Kannada Cinema.

She has shared screen space with Vishnuvardhan, Mohanlal, Venkatesh, Jagapati Babu, Mohan Babu, Krishna, Shivrajkumar, V. Ravichandran, Upendra, Saikumar, and Ramesh Aravind. She has also starred opposite many actors in her career spanning over two decades.

Personal life
Prema was born on 6 January 1977 into Neravanda family, of the Kodava community to Chetticha and Kavery, in Murnad Kodagu. She received high school education in Mahila Seva Samaja High School and completed her Pre-university course in Murnad junior college, Kodagu. As a student she was involved actively in sports and represented her school and college in high jump and volleyball events at the national level. Her younger brother Neravanda Aiyappa is a cricket player who represents Karnataka in Ranji Trophy. Her younger sister Indu NC lives in Dubai. Prema is married to Jeevan Appacchu. She recently filed a divorce petition against him in the Family Court, Bangalore in March 2016.

Film career
Prema began her career in the Rajkumar camp in 1995 starring with Shivarajkumar in Savyasachi and Raghavendra Rajkumar with Aata Hudugaata respectively. Though both films did not perform well at the box-office, she was given the lead role in yet another Shivarajkumar starrer Om. This was directed by Upendra. This film also brought her the Karnataka State Award for Best Actress.

The year 1996 saw her perform in the Sunil Kumar Desai directed Nammoora Mandara Hoove co-starring Shivarajkumar and Ramesh Aravind. In the same year, she branched out to Malayalam and Telugu film industries. Her Malayalam debut in The Prince opposite Mohanlal. Dharma Chakram was her Telugu debut film.

Her comeback was noted in the 1999 released Chandramuki Pranasakhi co-starring Ramesh Aravind and Bhavana. She also starred in Upendra in the same year which had 3 other actresses. The same year saw her pairing with the lead actor V. Ravichandran for the film Naanu Nanna Hendthiru. Her Telugu language film, Devi made a collection of Rs. 18 crores and its dubbed version was released in Hindi language.

The year 2000 saw 6 releases of Prema films of which Yajamana. It had prema playing the leading lady for Vishnuvardhan. The other notable film of her in this year was the Malayalam Daivathinte Makan.

The year 2001 proved lucky again to Prema since she began with Kanasugara, a remake of Tamil film Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen, which fetched her the Filmfare Award for Best Actress. She also won other awards for her portrayal of a simple housewife character.

Her main release in 2002 was Sunil Kumar Desai's musical Parva co-starring Vishnuvardhan and Roja Selvamani. In 2003, she was praised by critics for her complex role in the film Singaaravva. In 2004, Apthamitra, a remake of Malayalam Manichitrathazhu by P. Vasu where she had to play the leading lady to Vishnuvardhan. She starred in the film as a supporting actress.

She has acted with Vishnuvardhan a few times. She has shared her screen space with him in films like Yajamana, Apthamitra, Jamindaru, Kshana Kshanam, Ekadantha, Parva, Ellaranthalla Nanna Ganda.

Post her marriage in 2006, Prema acted in very few films as a supporting character and completely stopped acting after her last release Shishira in 2009. She has, thus far, acted in more than 70 movies in Kannada and more than 28 movies in Telugu.

She made her comeback for Matte Hutti Banda Upendra, Inti Prema remake of Soggade Chinni Nayana

Awards
1996: Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress — Om
1996: Filmfare Best Actress — Om
1997: Nandi Award for Best Actress — Devi
2001: Filmfare Best Actress — Kanasugara
Udaya Award for Best Actress
Screen Videocon Award for Best Actress
Cinema Express Award for Best Actress
Chitrapremigala Sangha Award
Devikarani Memorial Award

Filmography

Actress Prema Biodata, Height, Weight, Age, family, Social Media Links and More
Real Name Neravanda Chetticha Prema
Nickname Prema
Profession Actress, Model
Date of Birth 6 January, 1977
Birthplace Bangalore, India
Nationality Indian
Sun Sign Capricorn
Caste Not Available
Hometown Bangalore, India
Debut Movie Savyasachi (1995)
Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters 170 cm
Height in meters 1.70 m
Height in Inches 5' 7"
Weight in Kilograms 63 Kg
Weight in Pounds 130 lbs
Body Measurements 34-26-36 Inches
Dress Size 4 (US)
Hair Color Black
Family and Relatives
Father Chetticha
Mother Kavery
Brother N.C. Aiyappa (Younger)
Sister Indu (Younger)
Husband Jeevan Appachu (m. 2006)
Education and School, College
Educational Qualification Pre-university course
School Not Available
College SSMRV College, Bangalore
Prema Official Social Network Page/Account
Official Instagram PageN/A
Official facebook PageN/A
Official Twitter PageN/A
Wikipedia PagePrema_(actress)

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Categories: Indian film actresses,Actresses in Kannada cinema,Actresses in Telugu cinema,Actresses in Malayalam cinema,Actresses from Bangalore,Kodava people,Filmfare Awards South winners,Actresses in Tamil cinema,1977 births,20th-century Indian actresses,21st-century Indian actresses

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